Many women enjoy having their nails done, sometimes in wild tones with decorations. However, they should go to a nail salon that maintains sanitary conditions, and which uses proper techniques — otherwise, a nail-salon patron can end up with mold or other type of infection. Getting rid of such health conditions can be expensive and difficult.
How Can You Check the Quality of a Nail Salon?
There is nothing like speaking with friends and patrons of the salon. Here in Colorado, you can also go online to the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), and search its licensed database for a specific manicurist to see if he/she has had any disciplinary action by following the below steps:
Select BARBER/COSMETOLOGY: Manicurist (MAN) in the License Type(s) list
Enter the requested information
Press the Search button
Lacquer-Loving Lawyer: A Nail Polish Blog
In case you think we’re always too-serious here at Shaun Kaufman Law, sometimes we find fun things, too, we like to share…such as this blog by a Florida lawyer who enjoys journaling about her manicures and nail polish adventures. Click on the link below to read her stories and see pictures of her manicures, including a recent one that shows a polish that’s green and blue with halos of glitter.
If you have been injured or infected by any manicurist, contact a lawyer experienced in bringing negligence actions against professionals, such as manicurists. Shaun Kaufman Law, P.C., represents injured people aggressively and knowledgeably. Call 303-309-0430 any day of week, 24 hours a day, or fill out the contact form on the right side of this page and Shaun will get back to you as soon as possible.
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In a law recently passed, the Colorado legislature has forbidden retail marijuana advertising in publications where the target age is less than 21 years of age.
Regulating Content of Ads
Regulation of speech based on the content of that speech (in this case marijuana ads) is highly suspect and likely to be overturned by the courts as violating the freedom of speech laws in the United States and Colorado Constitutions. (Newspaper ads are protected by the free speech protections in our state and federal Constitutions.)
Free Speech vs Government Restrictions
This law is obviously an attempt to control what people read and see in advertising. However, the Constitutions forbid regulation of what people read based on the content of what they read. Simply put, free speech trumps government paternalism.
Colorado Defense Attorney Shaun Kaufman
Shaun Kaufman Law, P.C., always seeks to protect individual liberties like freedom of speech from big government. If you have a question about freedom of speech, contact Shaun Kaufman today by filling out the contact form on the right side of this screen or by calling the Shaun Kaufman Law office at 303-309-0420 at any time of the day, weekends and holidays included.
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Recently in Denver, a drunk driver turned in front of a scooter, hitting the scooter driver and killing him. The driver of the vehicle was arrested, still drunk, several hours later, not far from where the crash took place.
A few weeks ago in Denver, a 53-year-old woman on a scooter was killed in a chain-reaction crash.
What Can We Learn from These Tragedies?
Most accidents involving scooters occur at intersections. Unfortunately, truck, SUV and auto drivers don’t look carefully for motorcycles, bicycles or scooters — this is true whether it is nighttime or daytime.
Other factors that contribute to scooter accidents are:
Safety Tips for Riding Scooters
What to Wear
Attach reflective tape on your clothes. Or wear brightly colored clothes. The easier it is for other drivers to see you, the less likely that they’ll run into you.
Use turn signals when you change lanes or turn. Remember that you look smaller on a scooter, so make sure to give yourself extra room before you turn, and make sure you signal well in advance of any turn.
Practice extra caution when driving at night or in the rain.
To read the full article, click here.
Denver Personal Injury Lawyer Shaun Kaufman
If you are injured on a scooter, and you think that the other driver is at fault, then contact a qualified personal injury lawyer, such as Shaun Kaufman at Shaun Kaufman Law, P.C. He is knowledgeable about traffic and personal injury law, and might be able to help you recover lost wages and medical expenses.
To contact Shaun Kaufman, call 303-309-0430 at any time of the day or night, including holidays and weekends. Or fill out the form on the right side of this page and Shaun will get back to you as soon as possible.
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What Not to Do
A Few Things To Do:
Shaun Kaufman has nearly three decades experience defending DUI cases. You will always work with Shaun Kaufman, who has studied blood and breath alcohol testing, as well as the rules and regulations of the admissibility of those tests. To top it off, he’s a passionate and tireless advocate for his clients.
To contact Shaun Kaufman, call 303-309-0430 or fill out the contact form on the right side of this page, and Shaun will get back to you as soon as possible.
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This coming weekend is a holiday, which means there’ll be parties, fun, cocktails…and more DUI checkpoints.
WHAT ARE DUI CHECKPOINTS?
A DUI checkpoint is a station where police pull over every vehicle on the road. The police speak with each driver, and if the driver smells like drugs or alcohol, that person is escorted from the vehicle and further tested by roadside or chemical field testing.
We have had several of these erected in the Denver area recently. DUI checkpoints are always temporary, and they are set up at times and in places where police suspect that they will find drunk drivers. DUI checkpoints were responsible for over 70 arrests during the recent July 4th holiday.
ARE DUI CHECKPOINTS LEGAL? CONSTITUTIONAL?
The U.S. Supreme Court says that checkpoints are legal because each driver is brought in and checked quickly for signs of drinking/drugging and driving. Sober drivers are released quickly.
To read this full article, click here.
Two Nonfiction Detective Books Only 99 Cents Each
Private Eye (normally $3.99) are on sale for 99 cents each. Or, 2 books for less than 2 dollars.
These are ebooks, by the way, but you don’t need an e-reader — Amazon provides free apps for reading on computers, browsers and mobile devices. To buy, click on the book titles, below, or the book covers on this page. 99 cents. Pretty darn cheap for a lot of do-it-yourself research tips, P.I. resources, and some fascinating investigator stories.
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